Why choose Cayman?
At the core of its appeal is Cayman’s status as a pure tax neutral jurisdiction which offers benefits to investors without causing tax harm, as Travis Webster of Cayman Finance describes.
Interdisciplinary teamwork drives our value proposition
There has been a quantum leap in the use of data; this should be harnessed in support of truly well-informed risk financing decisions, according to Willis Towers Watson.
Intelligence, energy and integrity
RBC Dominion Securities has a long-standing commitment and tradition of excellence in the Caribbean. Stephen Price explains.
Inspiring the next generation
From industry education to essay contests to committees, the Captive Insurance Companies Association is working tirelessly on promoting, nurturing and developing careers in the captive insurance industry. Dan Towle of the association reports.
Can captives end the D&O and cyber drought?
Dirk Schilling and Jelto Borgmann of HDI Global investigate the two areas of cyber and D&O insurance.
Member Insurance: 40 years of insuring hardware
Captive International finds out more about Bermuda-based captive insurer Member Insurance.
Captives and alternative capacity
Bob Forness of MultiStrat explains how there is a learning curve to using alternative capacity efficiently.
An essential component of society
A career in captive insurance can be glamorous, challenging, rewarding and a worthy path to follow. But most of all, it can be fun, says Martin Eveleigh of Atlas Insurance Management.
A captive-ating rise to the top
Mikhail Raybshteyn of EY embarked on a captive insurance career path nearly a decade ago. He tells Captive International about his passion for the industry and how the work to attract young talent to the industry is far from over.
A suite of options for owners
Segregated account companies represent a new option for risk mitigation, explains Kim Willey of ASW Law.